Steven Strange

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Presentation: Combining Innovation and Spatial Information Management for Future Population Health and Wellbeing

Steven Strange, Chief Executive Officer, Health Metrics

STREAM: PROSPER

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Things You Will Learn

  1. How to build THE innovation environment
  2. How to identify disrupting technology / functionality
  3. How to embrace disruption and innovation in your organisation
  4. How to think differently – thinking for 2016
  5. Using spatial data in this context

Target Audience

•Industry
•Academia
•Entrepreneurs
•Government
•Start Ups

Presentation Overview

By 2030, the number of people above the age of 75 will move from 6% of the population to 14% of the population. People are living longer and ‘better’ and are moving into aged care facilities at a much later time in life. The cost to the taxpayer today is currently $15 billion dollars and rising. This has incentivised the federal government to introduce legislation designed to keep people staying in their homes as long as possible.
The ecosystem that is Aged Care in Australia is, by any measure, extremely complex. Providers of Aged Care find themselves increasingly mired in legislative frameworks that each come with their own strict sets of obligations.
This presentation addresses the vital role that innovative technology will play should we hope to have a sustainable future in care requirements. But more importantly, it credits the kind of environment and the type of “required thinking” that nurtures such outcomes.

As a renowned innovator, Health Metrics, an Australian based software house has developed a suite of systems that manage the functions of Aged Care providers, for Residential Aged Care Facilities, and for in Home Care. Using smart technology, predictive analytics, and spatial data; providers of Health Care and Aged Care, now, more than ever, have the opportunity to use data in ways that will not only increase efficiencies, but also improve care outcomes.

Steven Strange Biography

Steven Strange is CEO and founder of Health Metrics (a BRW Fast 100 Company, 2015).  As a recognized technology expert and innovator within the aged care industry, he takes special interest in disruptive technology and the associated challenges for the ageing population.  A sought after speaker, Steven is highly regarded for his thought leadership in what is the complex landscape of the Health and Wellbeing sectors. Steven is responsible for the development of the internationally renowned health and wellbeing software, eCase®.

Since beginning his career in information technology as a programmer in 1982, Steven has progressed through roles such as IT Director for Ansett/Traveland, IT Director Fluid Interactive, General Manager Datum Group to his current day role.

Steven is a full member of the Australian Computer Society (MACS), and holds Computing and Law qualifications from Monash University.  He is currently lecturing at Monash University on Information Technology.

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